SAO PAULO – Hans Christien Maergner, executive director of Volkswagen AG’s subsidiary in South Africa, has replaced Paul Fleming as president of Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda. This is the second abrupt change in the leadership at VW Brazil in little more than a year. Fleming replaced Herbert Demel in October 2002, after Demel’s departure to run Magna International Inc.’s Magna Steyr niche-car assembly operation in Austria. Demel recently was named CEO of Italy’s Fiat Auto SpA. (See ...

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